Nicola Menzies-Gow looks into drug therapy and managing clinical signs of this disease in horses to provide years of good quality life.51 mins
Jamie Prutton provides some pointers on how to guide owners about nutritional advice for horses deemed overweight or obese.
Emily Haggett examines the clinical signs in presenting foals with this disease and its diagnosis treatment and prognosis.
Robert Cook discusses whether the use of this tack by riders causes behavioural issues and how to resolve any problems that arise.34 mins
Hattie Sparks reports on a case involving a six-month-old recently weaned Thoroughbred colt in the latest Case Notes.
Georgina Crossman considers findings from a survey of owners' and carers' feelings towards end of life and euthanasia in equines.
James Crabtree discusses that “oh my God” moment when a confirmed case of equine viral arteritis lands in your inbox – what it means, its consequences and what has to be done.
Nicola Menzies-Gow discusses the two common disorders of this condition. focusing on diagnosis, clinical signs and management options.
April Lawson and Stefania Scarabelli look at dealing with types of discomfort in horses, possible problems, latest ideas and numerous treatment options.
Andy Fiske-Jackson discusses whether equine practitioners are able to subjectively assess horses that present with "sore backs" by looking into various assessments of pain.39 mins
David Rendle, in the second of a two-part article, highlights a one health approach to tackling this condition in horses.
Sam Offord discusses the routine vaccination of an 11-year-old Thoroughbred cross novice event horse, in which an arrhythmia is detected on heart auscultation.
Sarah Smith and Victoria Savage discuss how to diagnose these abnormalities, and suggests various treatment and prevention options.33 mins
Jacqui Matthews takes a look at helminth infection in horses and advice to give to owners.
David Rendle describes the treatment of a referred eight-month-old cob filly with scar tissue after a suspected acid attack.
Equine vet Samantha Castle discusses whether the time is nearing for future vets to specialise at university.
Kirstie Pickles discusses some of the latest developments and studies into management and treatment for this condition.
Equine vets would do well to dust off their assertiveness skills and engage with owners, after a survey for Keeping Britain’s Horses Healthy found the majority craved much more advice.
Sarah Smith and Veronica Roberts aim to clarify where the latest research can help us and aid in highlighting emerging threats, and they also cover imaging innovations.30 mins
Andy Durham looks at how and why inappropriate nutrition occurs, and some of the points veterinary surgeons should educate owners on.